Critical Connections: Health Information Technology and Interoperability in the Future ICU
NOTICE OF EVENT DATE MOVE TO NOVEMBER 2020
Due to the recent release of new CDC guidelines on limited crowd gathering and global travel restrictions, the WAMIII Workshop: originally scheduled for 30 April - 1 May 2020 has been moved to November 2020. The workshop organizers are currently working with the host venue to reserve a date in November 2020. Once the dates are confirmed we will post them here. In the meantime, the organizers continue to monitor the situation and plan accordingly to ensure the safety and convenience of all participants. We hope all continue to stay safe and careful during this time.
ANNOUNCING THE IEEE SA WAMIII VIRTUAL TALK SERIES
Launch broadcast 26 March 2020 at 11AM ET.
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Advanced technology in the ICU will fundamentally transform medicine in ways that we have only begun to imagine. The future ICU will have an integrated informatics architecture to facilitate acquisition, synchronization, integration, and storage of all relevant patient data, high level data processing to extract clinically relevant features from raw data and translate them into actionable information, and intuitive data visualization and clinical decision support to help providers deliver the best possible care.
This workshop will bring together scientists, engineers, health care providers, and representatives of standards organizations and industry to create a roadmap to the future. We will review the current state, share visions of possible futures states, and begin to plan for the creation of an ICU testbed of the future. Topics will include integrated architectures for comprehensive patient data acquisition, feature extraction, visualization and decision support; data standards, device and system interoperability; privacy and security; and the role of government, industry, and standards organizations.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
If you would like to present a session or host a demo opportunity at this workshop, please write to Maria Palombini, email@example.com.